A new version of this year’s franchise reboot, re-built specifically for the newest generation of hardware, will be coming to stores this January.
The next-gen shooter will pit players against well-armed aliens and giant robots.
Juniper released its top 10 tech trends for 2014 today. And if the research firm is right, our cities are going to get smarter, our money is going digital, and we’ll be printing a lot more products at home.
This week, the next-gen console wars march into the holidays, we get some new Hobbit games, we reviewed a new PlayStation 4 title, and more.
The new consoles don’t have a critic’s favorite. With no killer app, will we get bored quickly?
If you can deal with mail-in-rebate, you can save 25% off Battlefield 4 for next-gen consoles.
The rare partnership between rivals will deliver better music recommendations and other features for users.
Even though Xbox One can use its Kinect camera to read codes, some publishers still just use text.
We ask our followers on Twitter and Facebook to pick an early winner in the next-gen battle.
Electronic Arts and developer DICE admit that they have a lot of work ahead of them to fix Battlefield 4.
Microsoft has some tips about how to find an Xbox One through this busy holiday season.
Microsoft responds to Sony’s PS4 sales announcement with an infographic.
Find out how you could win a bundle of next-gen games just by writing for GamesBeat.
After bringing the Windows core to Windows Phone and the Xbox One, Microsoft is planning even further integration between all of its platforms in a few years.
Call of Duty: Ghosts on the Xbox 360 comes out on top for Black Friday sales.
Microsoft Store has “limited quantity” available of Day One Edition Xbox One in stock for Cyber Monday at a nice little discount.
PopCap Games is releasing Peggle 2, a sequel to the physics-driven puzzle game Peggle, on Dec. 9 as a downloadable title for the Xbox One.
Unless you’ve got a friend who can cut you an amazing deal at a gym, the Xbox One’s Fitness app is a must if you want to add more exercise to your daily routine.
With the launch of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, we’ve seen a new drama nearly every day. Here we round up 12 of the most controversial moments from what have been a truly explosive two weeks.
Based on InfoScout’s survey of Black Friday sales at Target and Walmart, the Xbox One and the Xbox 360 were the winners.
Sony will always be able to undercut Microsoft’s base price for this generation of consoles.
We try out Hauppauge’s new game capture card with the Xbox One.
Forza Motorsport 5 features an alternative currency that players can purchase with real money. Some cars cost more than $15 in tokens — and fans were not happy about it.
Some Xbox One owners are reporting you can fix the system’s misbehaving disc drive with a few hard whacks.
We want you to write about the Xbox One.
Old consoles are losing value fast as next gen takes over living rooms.
Some people think the buttons are stiff, but they’re probably pressing them wrong.
Andrew Wilson, CEO of Electronic Arts, welcomes the new generation and vows better service on Battlefield 4.
The console is now sold out at retailers. Microsoft matches Sony’s day one performance with PlayStation 4 sales.
Microsoft says it will respond quickly to any customers with problems.
The Xbox One makes it debut, the PlayStation 4 is now a week old, and much more was covered this week at GamesBeat.
Microsoft wants gamers looking ahead to its strong 2014 games lineup for the Xbox One console.
I like the Xbox One for combat games. But I have faith that truly great games will emerge on PS4.
There’s lots of sensors in the new Kinect, but it’s not as complicated as it once was.
Fans fill Times Square for the first Microsoft console launch in seven years.
Ray Cox has earned more than 950,000 gamerscore points on Xbox games.
Microsoft will hold events in Times Square and a studio in LA for the launch of the Xbox One.
Security software company Trend Micro has discovered a number of “survey scams” specifically aimed at the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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Both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are basically powerful PCs in game-console clothing.